Volunteer tutors will assist students with homework and/or classroom assignments two hours per week, either at Gabriel’s Place in Avondale (3618 Reading Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45229) or Hughes High School (2515 Clifton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45219). Volunteers are welcome to devote more than two hours per week of tutoring depending on their schedule.
Students in the Academic Intervention program get individualized or small group instruction on critical fundamental skills like reading, phonics, writing, vocabulary, math, science and social studies. Most of these students are already behind their grade-level standards and without early intervention they risk failing or dropping out of school.
In addition, as part of a federal 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant at Carson School, FamiliesFORWARD provides intensive tutoring and homework help for up to 50 targeted students. Many of these students are at risk of failing in reading or math and benefit from certified teachers providing this extra assistance. Volunteers must be certified…
The intensive Homework Help program uses certified teachers (often retired) to reteach math and literacy skills through the homework designated by students’ daytime classroom teachers. Tutors typically work with small groups of students several times a week.
Local Gender and Sexuality Alliances (GSAs) need your help! In schools with active GSAs students are less likely to hear homophobic or transphobic remarks, less likely to feel unsafe at school, and more likely to feel connected to their school community than students with no active GSA. As a GSA mentor, you will help ensure…
Becoming a mentor is one of the most significant things you can do in your life. Only when you have seen and felt the impact of positively changing a youth’s life will you fully recognize the importance of your service. Becoming a mentor means that you take the responsibility of being the best coach and…
These volunteers allow us to meet the individual needs of as many students as possible by tutoring during Homework Hour.
These volunteers allow us to meet the individual needs of as many students as possible by teaching private or small group lessons for beginner, intermediate, or advanced students. (clarinet; flute; violin; viola; cello; bass).
Homework Club is an after-school tutoring program for children age 5-12. The children eat a light meal, then work one-on-one with volunteer tutors who help them complete their homework and do other academic enrichment activities. Volunteer tutors are asked to commit to a schedule in order to establish an ongoing relationship with a child
Assist with visiting groups who will be learning through play-based stations on natural topics. Ability to volunteer at least two school days per month, a love of working with children, and a fascination with sharing nature with others. Training provided. Groups are scheduled in the months of September, October, April and May.